In the wind
On a walk last week I could not resist making a slow exposure of the leaves of a Cottonwood being blown in the wind. Like Aspen leaves, these flutter in a way that is difficult for me to describe in words. Video would do it but I wanted to see the movement in a still photograph. This one, made at 1/20th of a second, begins to captures the feel of what I was seeing.
And then yesterday Writer’s Almanac published a fabulous poem by Robert Hass that speaks so clearly to these fluttering leaves I have to share it here:
This entry was published on September 10, 2014 at 10:55 pm. It’s filed under John Snell
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